The Kenyan Crisis


In 2008, I spent three and a half months in Kenya, covering the ethnic violence that escalated after a contentious election. East Africa’s most stable and burgeoning democracy descended into chaos, exposing large cracks in the system – deep wounds historic inequalities have left untreated. Some called it political genocide, others said it teetered on ethnic cleansing. Either way, it’s a raw look at the face of street justice and the brutalities that accompany it in a society that largely lacks juridical recourse. Graphic Content